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British band Wolf Alice is coming back to Prague. They are bringing their brand new album Visions Of A Life on January 16th 2018 to Roxy. Tickets for 495 czk go on sale on September 13th 2017 at 11 am via fource.cz, GoOut.cz and Ticketpro.

Alternative rock band Wolf Alice played in Czech for the first time last year. They attracted attention as soon as they introduced the first singles. After their debut album My Love Is Cool, the band started touring outside the UK including a show in Prague. They received nominations for prestigious Mercury Prize, Grammy and Brit Awards. Their song Silk was picked by the director Danny Boyle for the movie T2: Trainspotting. Last year, the band dedicated to their sophomore record called Vision Of A Life, which comes out September 29th and will consist of twelve new songs, including three already released singles Yuk Foo, Don’t Delete the Kisses and Beautifully Unconventional. Album was produced by Justin Meldal-Johnsen who is a long-time collaborator of Beck and also worked on the last Paramore and M83 records. The new record is supposed to be more independent, according the singer Ellie Rowsell: “The main thing we learned from making the first album is that you only regret the things you don’t do,” she told NME. “This time around, if we had an inkling of an idea, even if it seemed a bit silly, we’d try it out and see what happened.”